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On Thursday, MI GOP SoS candidate Kristina Karamo, who is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit against Detroit City Clerk Janice Winfrey, held a press conference where she explained why she joined the lawsuit that addresses the lack of seriousness and security surrounding signature verification of absentee ballots: [The] “State was required to use the Michigan Administrative Procedures Act to promulgate rules for signature verification and that the SOS guidance informing clerks that the signatures were presumed valid and that the ‘any redeeming characteristic standard’ was unlawful,” the lawsuit reads.
The lawsuit continues, “No signature comparison process has been made into a rule. The lack of a signature standard means that the process involving a mailed-in ballot investigation or online registration is unlawful; and as it is the only alternative that does not require an absentee voter to show identification at the precinct in order to obtain the ballot this entire scheme must be declared invalid.”
The lawsuit also states that Relia-Vote was brought into Michigan during the 2020 presidential election through a $750,000 grant given to Detroit by the Center for Tech and Civil Living (CTCL), popularly referred to as “Zuckerbucks.” The lawsuit claims Relia-Vote is used to interface with the Qualified Voter File with no transparency to the public and no oversight from the state board of canvassers.Karamo opened her press conference by referencing vile remarks made by the MI President of the NAACP, Rev. Wendell Anthony, who said that the first black female to ever run for SOS in the state of Michigan is part of a racist lawsuit. “Ladies and gentlemen, let me introduce to you the modern face of racism, according to the City of Detroit,” as she stood flanked by a black female attorney and a black female plaintiff and lifetime City of Detroit resident Patricia Farmer.
“Unfortunately, the city of Detroit has been plagued with election corruption for years,” Karamo said. “The fraud that we’ve seen occur is creating a situation where the vote is not being secured. Additionally, it’s creating a situation where it’s making it very easy for illegal ballots to be cast.” Karamo told the media, adding, “The citizens of Detroit are entitled to constitutional
The other attorney representing the plaintiffs in the case, Alexandria Taylor, was also present at the press conference, where she addressed absentee ballots with no clear signature verification process, unmonitored drop boxes, and additional corrupt processes currently in place in the City of Detroit that they claim rob citizens of Detroit of free and fair elections.